Chestnuts roasting on an open fire is a timeless image of Christmas. These nuts, a gift from the Castanea genus family, deliver a slight sweetness along with a nutty crunch and the flexibility to be added to salads, soups, stuffing, and many other dishes.
Sweet chestnuts are often called the “bread tree,” serving as a popular food and source of nutrition for people in the Mediterranean and Europe.[i] Widely recognized for their nutritional value, these nuts provide carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and protein. Here are five extraordinary benefits of chestnuts for human health.

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